Cursors Class

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Defines a set of default cursors.

This static class defines a set of default cursors common to applications.

Inheritance Hierarchy


INDEX Class Hierarchy Index


Name Description
RO AppStarting Gets the Cursor that appears when an application is starting
RO Arrow Gets the Arrow Cursor
RO ArrowCD Gets the arrow with a compact disk Cursor
RO Cross Gets the crosshair Cursor
RO Hand Gets a hand Cursor
RO Help Gets a help Cursor which is a combination of an arrow and a question mark
RO IBeam Gets an I-beam Cursor, which is used to show where the text cursor appears when the mouse is clicked
RO No Gets a Cursor with which indicates that a particular region is invalid for a given operation
RO None Gets a special cursor that is invisible
RO Pen Gets a pen Cursor
RO ScrollAll Gets the scroll all Cursor
RO ScrollE Gets the scroll east Cursor
RO ScrollN Gets the scroll north Cursor
RO ScrollNE Gets the scroll northeast Cursor
RO ScrollNS Gets the scroll north/south Cursor
RO ScrollNW Gets a scroll northwest Cursor
RO ScrollS Gets the scroll south Cursor
RO ScrollSE Gets a south/east scrolling Cursor
RO ScrollSW Gets the scroll southwest Cursor
RO ScrollW Gets the scroll west Cursor
RO ScrollWE Gets a west/east scrolling Cursor
RO SizeAll Gets a four-headed sizing Cursor, which consists of four joined arrows that point north, south, east, and west
RO SizeNESW Gets a two-headed northeast/southwest sizing Cursor
RO SizeNS Gets a two-headed north/south sizing Cursor
RO SizeNWSE Gets a two-headed northwest/southeast sizing Cursor
RO SizeWE Gets a two-headed west/east sizing Cursor
RO UpArrow Gets an up arrow Cursor, which is typically used to identify an insertion point
RO Wait Gets a wait (or hourglass) Cursor

DP_ Dependency Property      RO_ Read-only


Cursors has no methods


Cursors has no events

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